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he died. also this hour a private funeral service begins for krystle campbell. bostonians are getting back to work today after a terrible friday, a lockdown that had much of this city shutdown. the suspect is in the hospital right now and handcuffed and under 24 hour guard. he is communicating with authorities. let's check in with don lemon. what's the latest you're hearing on his injuries and how communicative he's being? >> the only injury that we know about is to his neck. we're not sure as we have been asking investigators and people with knowledge of this investigation -- we're not sure if it was self-inflicted or because of the gun battle he had with police during that standoff. he is here at the hospital. he is still in serious condition. what we are -- one way he may be communicating, anderson, is because of what's known as a sedation holiday. we knew when he was sedated and intuba intubated. they ease off on the drugs so he does regain consciousness. we're hearing again that he is communicating not by speaking, but by writing things down on a pad or white board. that's the la
this morning for victim krystle campbell. >> this has been a terrifying time for boostonians, how is boston coping one week later? >> one week later we are seeing signs of moving forward. copely square is being cleaned up, that's the crime scene last monday. crews were there yesterday cleaning it up. we hope it will be reopened to the public within a couple days or there's a five phase plan from fbi agents to order up copely care. and everywhere you look you see the motto boston strong. that's what everyone is feeling here. boston strong. they want to move forward. later today at 2:50 p.m., the exact time the first bomb went off a week ago, there will be a moment of silence throughout the state of massachusetts. >> pamela brown joining us in boston, thank you. >>> there's still a lot of police work to do, but boston's police commissioner says he is confident that the tsarnaev brothers were the two major culprits. he said there is no indication they were taking orders from a terrorist group. >> i'm confident they were the two major actors in the violence that occurred. i'm very, very sure th
are inefficient or if the fbi failed. >> they have said farewell to krystle campbell. she was one of three people killed by the bombs. >> we will turn our attention to italy. eight weeks after the parliamentary election system without the government, politicians remain deadlocked. but they have for -- they have agreed on a president. >> he has been sworn in as the -- in an unprecedented second term. he will face the task of breaking the political standoff. >> he has come out swinging in a speech before lawmakers were he criticized politicians for not pushing through key reforms and urged them to put a deal on without delay. >> taking the oath of office in parliament again. it was an emotional moment for him. >> i stand here as someone who entered this house at the age of 28. and every day since have taken a step toward the development of democracy. >> napolitano had harsh words for the bickering politicians. he said their maneuvering had prevented crucial reforms. italy has not had a government for nearly two months now. he said it was high time for lawmakers to put aside their differences. many
a city that is very much grieving. we heard the reports about the funerals today for krystle campbell. today there is a memorial service for the 23-year-old graduate student from china who was at the marathon with a friend. ut it is still a very delicate situation. it is starting to get back to normal. boylston street is still closed to the public. it is due to reopen in the next 24 hours, initially businesses will be allowed back to reopen and i would imagine that we will see normality return here. >> david willis in boston. thanks very much. well, for more on the case against the bombing suspect goes from here i spoke a short time ago with pat who served as assistant attorney general for national security. using a weapon of mass destruction, what is the thinking behind that charge? >> well, it is a federal charge. they wanted the case to be in federal court where the death penalty was available to them. it is a common charge in terrorism cases. a weapon of mass destruction can be any explosive device and in this case they fit perfectly. >> he will be charged and tried in a federal c
, friends and family gathered at st. joseph's catholic church for the funeral service of 29-year-old krystle campbell-- one of three people killed in the bombings. a memorial service for another victim chinese graduate student lu lingzi was set for this evening. back in washington, president obama also observed a moment of silence at the white house as did the u.s. senate. but tempers flared earlier at a senate hearing. iowa senator chuck grassley was one of several republicans who've said the bombings, allegedly by two chechen immigrants, raise questions about immigration reform. >> i think we're taking advantage of an opportunity where once in 25 years we deal with immigration to make sure that every base is covered. >> brown: that sparked a heated exchange between grassley and new york democrat chuck schumer. >> i say that particularly those who are pointing to what happened, the terrible tragedy in boston, as i would say an excuse for not doing a bill or delaying it many months and years. >> i never said that. >> i didn't say you did sir. >> i didn't say anything about... >> i didn't me
, ph 29-year-old krystle campbell of medford is being remembered at her funeral in medford, massachusetts today her home down. governor deval patrick and other dignitaries attending. boston university is hosting a memorial service for ligzi lu, a grad student at the university. later on this afternoon at 2:50pm this afternoon there will be a moment of silence held across massachusetts. the governor, mayor all urging people to take that moment to remember the victims of the boston movie theatre massacre bombings. jenna: how does it feel on the streets? you've been out there every step of the way. what do you observe after such a week that the entire city has been through? >> you know, there is a tremendous sense of unity, and the words, boston strong are everywhere. we've seen them on the back of t-shirts. way stresses are wearing them at diners. posters, a tremendous memorial has cropped up down there by the boylston street area by the scene. we are hearing hopefully in the next 24 to 48 hours it's possible the street could be reopened. really boss residents are pre claimin
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